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Terrain analysis and Geographic Information Systems Public Deposited

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  • The purpose of this paper is to define terrain analysis, as it relates to military applications; to review the historical development of the central ideas of terrain analysis, which has led to the development of three computer programs that are designed to make terrain analysis an automated process rather than a manual process.
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